ORLANDO, Fla., Dec. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Nutriband Inc. (OTCQB: NTRB), a Nevada corporation (the “Company”) has received a notice of allowance from the Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO) for the ‘Abuse and Misuse Deterrent Transdermal Systems’ patent application filed by its clinical subsidiary 4P Therapeutics.
The patent underpins 4p Therapeutics’ abuse deterrent fentanyl transdermal system, AVERSA, which uses Taste aversion to addresses the primary routes of abuse for opioid based transdermal patches.
The Korean Intellectual Property Office is the latest to approve or allow the patent application following similar outcomes in Mexico, Europe, Russia, Australia and Japan.
About Nutriband Inc.
The Company is primarily engaged in the development of a portfolio of transdermal pharmaceutical products. Its lead product under development is its abuse deterrent fentanyl transdermal system which the Company is developing to provide clinicians and patients with an extended-release transdermal fentanyl product for use in managing chronic pain requiring around the clock opioid therapy combined with properties designed to help combat the opioid crisis by deterring the abuse and misuse of fentanyl patches.
The Company’s website is www.nutriband.com and 4P’s website is www.4PTherapeutics.com. Any material contained in or derived from the Company’s or 4P’s websites or any other website is not part of this press release.
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